Skip to comments.Nigel Farage on "wholesale, violent revolution" in Europe
Posted on 05/01/2013 6:44:39 PM PDT by Lorianne
I love that he is sitting between Peter Schiff and Ron Paul. Both of whom appear to share Farage’s sentiments.
Farage: A breath of fresh air.
An impressive panel, but one that raises questions of who was not there, and why? The first name that comes to mind is Geert Wilders, of the Netherlands, but in all fairness he may be too busy, as he could very possibly be their next PM.
It would take a lot of guesswork to separate rightist conservatives and Eurosceptics from far rightists, who often have national socialist leanings, something the conservatives wisely shun.
One comment that is particularly retarded from this dope is this one:
- George Cotton:
It seems perplexing that Farage (a gentile) would want to create a racially pure state for jews.
It is like these stupid jew hating morons are actually buying into the media pushed meme/lie that "conservatives are jew haters" and then they get all confused when they find out that they are not...
Kinda seems like this whole lie that the media is pushing about conservatives and jews is to keep the Jews on the "reservation" and to use the vocal Jew Haters as a tool to destroy freedom loving small government conservatives.
They do this by using the media to push the Jew Haters away from them and into the Conservative Camp based on their big lie about supposedly racist conservatives, of course the Jew haters are going to end up all confused when they realize they are certainly not welcome in conservative circles.
Where did it take place?
Isn’t Geert banned from the UK because of “hate” for Muzzies? While terrorists get lavish benefits.
Conservatism has nothing in common with national SOCIALISTS
I know that and the conservatives know that; but the extremists try to glom on to conservative successes, bringing their loathsome ideas with them.
They figure if the political mood of the people is shifting to the right, they might be able to pick up support from people who think the conservatives are not acting fast enough. For example, UKIP in England is picking up support fast, but the same political shift is also benefiting the radical fascist BNP, that UKIP disavows. Yet UKIPs success is because the supposedly conservative Tories have lost their edge and are now supportive of much of the Labour agenda.
However, this clarity does not translate well. There is no really conservative party in France, so they only have Marine Le Pen’s National Front as their choice. But because the French left is so very extremist, and their center-right party so ineffectual, like the Tories, the public has little choice but to support the NF.
But as someone once observed, “France is anarchy, punctuated with dictatorship.”
I would be interested to see who Nigel Farage of UKIP considers his international allies. I was surprised to see Ron Paul there.